Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Grateful Dead – San Francisco, CA (10/04/80)

Grateful Dead - San Francisco - 1980-10-04-Warfield\

Grateful Dead
10-4-80
Warfield Theatre
San Francisco CA

Download: FLAC/MP3

This is a flac encoded & tagged version of shnid: 19147
gd80-10-04.sbd.bertha-ashley.19147.sbeok.flac16

Bertha Remaster of the partial Master Reel source.
SBD>>MR>>PCM>>CDA>>WAV(EAC)>>DAW(Bertha)>>CDA/SHN – Sound A+

–Set 1 Acoustic–
101-d1t01 – //Deep Elem Blues
102-d1t02 – The Race Is On
103-d1t03 – It Must Have Been The Roses
104-d1t04 – //Monkey & the Engineer
105-d1t05 – Rosalie McFall
106-d1t06 – Dark Hollow
107-d1t07 – To Lay Me Down
108-d1t08 – //On the Road Again//
109-d1t09 – //Oh Babe, It Ain’t No Lie
110-d1t10 – Ripple

–Set 2 Electric–
201-d1t11 – Alabama Getaway ->
202-d1t12 – Greatest Story Ever Told
203-d1t13 – Candyman
204-d1t14 – Mama Tried ->
205-d1t15 – Mexicali Blues

Notes:
Digitally remastered using a custom built, Dual-DAW, nicknamed Bertha,
by jashley@deadacated.com on September 2, 2002.

In June of 2003 I contemplated combining this source with the complete source
that circulates, however, the only sources available were multi-gen and of
such miserable quality, I chose to keep this as a single disc.
The cuts and drop-outs were edited to make them a bit more tolerable.
Enjoy!

note:
While this source is superior to the complete soundboard of this show
(shind=14989), the quality of the complete sound board is not anywhere
near as awful as Jay describes. The complete source is actually a satisfying
listening experience. This source is a nice addition as a first disc replacement.

Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Grateful Dead – San Francisco, CA (09/29/80)

grateful dead - san francisco - 1980-09-29-Warfield

Grateful Dead
09-29-80 (Mon)
Warfield Theater
San Francisco, CA
gd80-09-29.sbd.hinko.21926.sbeok.flac16

Download: FLAC/MP3

Source: SBD > MC > C > DAT > CD > EAC > SHN
This is a flac encoded & tagged version shnid: 21926

–Acoustic Set–
101-d1t01 – Dire Wolf (05:23.33)
102-d1t02 – On the Road Again (04:56.49)
103-d1t03 – Bird Song (08:08.23)
104-d1t04 – Cassidy (06:22.49)
105-d1t05 – All Around This World (05:28.45)
106-d1t06 – Heaven Help the Fool (06:27.00)
107-d1t07 – To Lay Me Down (09:55.48)
108-d1t08 – Dark Hollow (03:56.65)
109-d1t09 – //Oh Babe, It Ain’t No Lie// -> (00:41.66)
110-d1t10 – //Ripple (03:56.70)

–Electric Set 1–
201-d2t01 – Tuning (00:57.02)
202-d2t02 – Jack Straw (06:35.23)
203-d2t03 – They Love Each Other (07:19.42)
204-d2t04 – El Paso (04:29.17)
205-d2t05 – Brown Eyed Women (05:25.68)
206-d2t06 – It’s All Over Now (08:35.55)
207-d2t07 – Candyman (07:32.50)
208-d2t08 – New Minglewood Blues (07:15.56)
209-d2t09 – China Cat Sunflower -> (04:47.34)
210-d2t10 – I Know You Rider (07:06.29)

–Electric Set 2–
301-d3t01 – Althea (08:19.61)
302-d3t02 – Lost Sailor -> (06:27.34)
303-d3t03 – Saint of Circumstance -> (06:51.69)
304-d3t04 – Terrapin Station -> (15:02.33)
305-d3t05 – Drums -> (09:48.07)
306-d4t01 – Space -> (08:52.33)
307-d4t02 – Truckin’ -> (08:50.11)
308-d4t03 – Wharf Rat -> (10:06.19)
309-d4t04 – Around & Around -> (03:59.72)
310-d4t05 – Johnny B. Goode (04:20.42)

–Encore–
311-d4t06 – U. S. Blues (05:15.52)

–disc 1 total time–55:17.73–
–disc 2 total time–60:05.01–
–disc 3 total time–46:29.54–
–disc 4 total time–41:25.04–

This show can be burned on 3 discs by placing Althea (d3t01)
at the end of disc 2.

EAC/SHN by Darryl Hinko (flyerfanatic)
Any questions contact me at: flyerfanatic2817@yahoo.com
EAC in secure mode with proper offsets used to extract
SHNtool to join and confirm sector boundries
CDwav used to split tracks
Cool Edit Pro used for all editing

Thanks to Caleb Miller and David Feldstein for the source discs

Patch Source: http://db.etree.org/shninfo_detail.php?shnid=12886
Nakamichi CM700 Mics (3)>Mixer>
Sony D-5 from center balcony taped by Bob Menke Remaster:
1st Gen. Cassette>JVC TD-W309 (w/pitch correction)>Tascam DA-20mkII>
Tascam CD-RW700 by Douglas Ferguson SHN Conversion: CDR >
EAC (secure) > Cool Edit (minor clean up) > cdwav (retracking) >
mkwact > shn (seekable)

Notes from patch source pertaining to “To Lay Me Down”:

– crowd talking noticeable during To Lay Me Down
– I believe the occasional “cooing noise” heard during To Lay Me Down
and some other tunes might be from a notorious woman that attended
many Dead and JGB shows in the Bay Area. She would parody “sexual
orgasm type sounds” in response to the music.

Thanks to TOL for the patch source.

Notes from the original uploader:

– d1t07 To Lay Me Down: AUD source supplies this song in it’s entirety.

– d1t08 Dark Hallow: AUD source supplies first notes of this song

– d1t09 Babe it Ain’t No Lie: is only 41 seconds long. It is clipped
at the beginning and the end. This is missing on the AUD.

– d1t10 Ripple: cuts in missing the first few lines. This is missing
on the AUD.

– d2t10 I Know You Rider: Strange sound at 4:49, sounds like someone
might have bumped a mic stand.

– d3t05 Drums: from 5:18 – 5:34 and from 7:06 – 7:08 there is an
overdriven drum that creates a rumble.

– d2 and d3 are seemless, the split was made at a large gap of
just audience between Drums and Space.

– d4t01 Space: static from 3:40 – 3:44

– d4t02 Truckin’: squeek at 3:35

Also a big thanks goes out to the guys and girls at SHN Traders for
helping me spread these seeds around. Mike, Jason, Teri, Rob, Steve,
Tom, Dean and the rest.

And another big thanks to Richard, Michael, Mick and Vivek over at
Eurotraders.

Enjoy!

Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Grateful Dead – San Francisco, CA (09/27/80)

Grateful Dead - San Francisco - 1980-09-27-Warfield

Grateful Dead
9/27/80
Warfield Theater
San Francicso, CA

Download: FLAC/MP3

–Acoustic Set–
101-d1t01 – //The Race Is On
102-d1t02 – //Jack-A-Roe
103-d1t03 – Monkey & the Engineer
104-d1t04 – It Must Have Been the Roses
105-d1t05 – Dark Hollow
106-d1t06 – B//ird// Son//g
107-d1t07 – To Lay Me Down
108-d1t08 – On the Road Again
109-d1t09 – Oh Babe, It Ain’t No Lie
110-d1t10 – Ripple//

–1st Electric Set–
201-d1t11 – Mississippi Half-Step Uptown Toodeloo ->
202-d1t12 – Franklin’s Tower
203-d2t01 – Mama Tried ->
204-d2t02 – Mexicali Blues
205-d2t03 – Row Jimmy
206-d2t04 – Little Red Rooster
207-d2t05 – Althea ->
208-d2t06 – Let It Grow
209-d2t07 – Deal

–2nd Electric Set–
301-d2t08 – Cold Rain & Snow
302-d2t09 – CC Rider
303-d2t10 – Ramble on Rose
304-d3t01 – He’s Gone ->
305-d3t02 – The Other One ->
306-d3t03 – Dru//ms ->
307-d3t04 – Space ->
308-d3t05 – Stella Blue ->
309-d3t06 – I Need A Miracle ->
310-d3t07 – Going Down the Road Feeling Bad ->
311-d3t08 – Johnny B. Goode

–Encore–
312-d3t09 – One More Saturday Night

Source 1: This is a flac encoded & tagged version of shnid:11590

gd80-09-27.sbd-aud.clugston.11590.sbeok.flac16

Acoustic set:
Master Soundboard Reel > PCM > DAT > CDR

Electric Sets:
Master Audience Cassette:(3) Nakamichi CM700 mics> Mixer>Sony D5> 1 cassette
gen> DAT> CDR

The Audience source supplies:
-(d1t01)-The Race Is On – Enitre track
-(d1t02)-Jack-A-Roe – The first 1:15
-(d1t06)-Bird Song – 0:04 – 0:42 and from 5:09 – 6:42
-(d1t09)-Ripple – 2:58 thru the end
The Audience source was missing the beginning of “The Race Is On”

The multiple patches in “Bird Song” were necessary due to problems on the
Master Reels

Thanks to Joe Samaritano for the DAT of the Acoustic Set and to Charlie Connor
for the initial transfer to disc.

Patching / CD Re-Mastering by Scott Clugston
EAC’ed / SHN’ed by Scott Clugston
8/12/02

Source 2:shnid 96271

Acoustic Set only

Source: Betty Cantor 7″ two track reel w/DBX-1 @ 7 1/2 ips>
PCM501ES @ 44.055 kHz PCM501ES analog out > DBX-1 decoder>
analog in PCM501ES analog out > Dat @ 48 kHz
Jace Crouch’s original source DAT via trailmix and Tim Deibert

Transfer: Panasonic SV-3700 > Cardas cable S/PDIF >
Edirol UA-5 > USB > WaveLab @ [32bit float / 48]
Mastering: In WaveLab with Nomad Blue Tube Plugins
Rate Conversion with r8brain to [16/44.1] > CD Wave > TLH > Flac
Transfer and mastering by Bill Koucky December 6, 2008, Green Mountain Bros.

Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Bruce Springsteen – Chicago, IL (10/11/80)

Bruce Springsteen 1980-10-11 Chicago FRONT

Bruce Springsteen & The E Street Band
Uptown Theatre
Chicago, Illinois
October 11, 1980
(1st Generation via the DS Archives)

Download: FLAC/MP3

Transfer: 1st Generation Tape > Nakamichi DR-1 (azimuth adjusted) > MacBook Pro > Audacity > Peak Pro XT (volume smoothing / tweak / edit / index) > xACT 2.21 > FLAC

01 Prove It All Night
02 Badlands
03 Tenth Avenue Freeze-Out
04 For You
05 Darkness On The Edge Of Town
06 Wreck On The Highway
07 Factory
08 Jackson Cage
09 Out In The Street
10 The Promised Land
11 The River
12 Racing In The Street
13 Thunder Road
14 Jungleland
15 Good Rockiní Tonight
16 Cadillac Ranch
17 Fire
18 Sherry Darling
19 Here She Comes > I Wanna Marry You
20 The Ties That Bind
21 Point Blank
22 Crush On You
23 Ramrod
24 You Can Look (But You Better Not Touch)
25 Because The Night
26 Stolen Car
27 Backstreets
28 Rosalita (Come Out Tonight)
29 Born To Run
30 Detroit Medley
31 Raise Your Hand

From the original uploader:
This is the first in a series of potential upgrades from longtime taper/trader, Dan Scripsema. First, a little history behind Dan and his archives, Dan began taping & trading in the mid 1970ís after noticing a taper at a Bob Seger show in 1976. He decided heíd purchase a deck himself and give it a go but the cheap deck he bought at the time did not give him the desired results. So, in 1978 , he upgraded to an Aiwa deck with an external mic which improved his quality, however, this rig was short lived after being caught in Kalamazoo, MI and the deck was damaged in the ensuing, as Dan describes it ìconfrontationî. Around this same time he began making contact with other traders and amassing a collection.

In 1979 he invested in a Sony D5 with a shotgun mic but with Bruce off the road at that time it wasnít until 1980 he was really able to put the new rig to use. It was during this time that he and some of his fellow trading buddies organized a national tape traders directory, he obtained vital information from fellow tapers/traders, categorized it and an early version of the tape traders tree was born. This set the group up for the early October start of the River tour. As the River tour took off, Dan covered most of the shows within driving distance of his home in West Michigan. The band of tapers which included such legendary tapers well known here, think Persic, Kivak, JEMS, etc., continued into the summer of 1981.

Before the Detroit shows in July of 1981 there was a gathering of the group at Danís house. From a personal aspect this was a very important gathering for Dan, the group bussed down to Detroit for the shows and it was on this bus trip that Dan met his wife of 33 years. Incidentally, Danís friend and fellow taper Lou Hill met his future wife on this same bus trip.

The collaboration continued for the Born In The USA Tour but as Tunnel Of Love hit the stores the responsibilities of family and fatherhood took over so everything was packed up and put away.

We fast forward to 2005 with things unchanged until a water pipe burst in Danís basement and much of his collection was lost. Luckily for us though, most of the Bruce archives were stored separately and survived.

That brings us to the second night in Chicago 1980, having to miss the first night due to work responsibilities a friend in Chicago hooked him up with tickets for the second night. He decided due to the venue size, not knowing where his seats were located and the fact he already had a friend taping that he would not be taping this show. The friend taping is the source of this 1st generation tape.

The two sold out October Chicago shows in the 4800 seat Uptown Theatre were part of a handful of early River tour theatre shows. These two shows prompted the addition of an arena show on November 20th due to the large number of fans who werenít able to get in to either show.

The early River shows donít seem to suffer from the same sound issues as the early Darkness shows, Clair Brothers Audio didnít appear to have any problems going from arenas to theatres and the sound is dialed in pretty quickly on this night, being the second night in the same venue couldnít have hurt either.
The show itself follows the basic set list for the first leg of the tour and is heavy in River material, the LP having just been released the day before. One slight addition to this show was an early set tour debut of ëFor Youí followed by a songs of despair mini set of ëDarkness On The Edge Of Towní, ëWreck On The Highwayí and ëFactoryí. Two nights later ëWreck On The Highwayí would be moved to its’ permanent place in the second set. Another tour premiere opens the second set in the high energy ëGood Rockiní Tonightí. Any personal recollections of the show have faded with the years.

Not only is this a nice material upgrade in sound, though far from perfect and should not be considered a top tier River show quality wise, but the between song edits found on the circulating versions are completely in tack here making for a much more pleasant and accurate listening experience. This in combination with the theatre setting gives this one a real ìyou are thereî feel absent from the previous releases of this show. The richness of Bruceís vocals comes through nicely, particularly on the slower songs. Samples provided.

At this point there are a handful of people we need to give some thanks to for helping to bring this show to you. First, earlmv for making the initial contact with Dan through Jungleland in regards to this specific show, earlmv put the word out that Dan wanted to get his archives into general circulation but someone was needed in the states to cut down on the cost. Next, oats1jvo picked up the ball with a follow up contact with Dan on how the best way to proceed would be. Oats1jvo put Dan and I in contact with each other and we are off and running. As with all my non JEMS postings, a huge thanks to E from JEMS for the lending of his backup DR-1 so more shows can continue to get into circulation.

And lastly, the biggest thanks to Dan for hanging onto his archives for all those years and his generosity in wanting to share it with us all. Please show your appreciation to all these folks in your comments.

Iím not sure whatís in store down the road but this is a worthy addition and upgrade to Bruceís River Tour legacy.

Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Bruce Springsteen – Buffalo, NY (12/04/80)

bruce springsteen - 1980

Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band
Memorial Auditorium
Buffalo, NY
December 4, 1980

Download: FLAC/MP3

mackeck master via JEMS

Recording Gear: handheld portable cassette recorder with built-in mic

2013 Transfer: Maxell UD-90 master cassettes > Nakamichi CR-7A (azimuth-adjusted) > Sound Devices USBPre2 (24/96 Audacity 2.0 capture) > iZotope RX 3 click removal and gap fixes > iZotope MBIT+ convert to 16/44.1 .wav > Peak Pro XT (patch / indexing) > xACT > FLAC

Tracked with no breaks, suggested breaks for burning to CD below…

101 Born To Run
102 Out In The Street
103 Tenth Avenue Freeze Out
104 Two Hearts
105 The Price You Pay
106 Factory
107 Independence Day
108 I Fought The Law
109 Prove It All Night
110 Racing In The Streets
111 The River
112 Badlands
201 Thunder Road
202 Cadillac Ranch
203 Sherry Darling
204 Hungry Heart
205 Fire
206 Candy’s Room
207 Because The Night
208 I Wanna Marry You
209 For You
210 The Ties That Bind
210 Wreck On The Highway
212 Stolen Car
213 Ramrod
301 You Can Look
302 Drive All Night
303 Rosalita (Come Out Tonight)
304 Santa Claus Is Coming To Town
305 Jungleland
306 I’m A Rocker
307 Detroit Medley
308 Raise Your Hand

Known Faults:
-Prove It All Night: 5 seconds patched with Recorder 2 (kshavo source)

Just a few days removed from the 33rd anniversary of Bruce’s River stop in Buffalo, JEMS is pleased to present an uncirculated third source recording of the show from the master tapes.

d.j.mackeck reached out earlier this year to report that his dad had recorded several Bruce shows between 1978 and 1984 in their hometown of Toronto, as well as cities within spitting distance like Detroit and Buffalo. He was kind enough to ship an initial batch of three masters, from which we made fresh transfers here at JEMS South.

The shows were recorded on a small portable recorder with built in-mic (likely a Toshiba or Sony, but memories have faded) in mono. D.J. shared how this particular night went down:

“My dad couldn’t make it to the Buffalo show, as he was going to be in the Bahamas during that time. So he gave his ticket and the task of recording the show to my uncle. My uncle was 18 at that time, and this was his first time seeing Springsteen. So he, another uncle, my aunt and my mother drove down from Toronto to the Memorial Auditorium.

When they were going in, security stopped my uncle because of the recorder. But he managed to sneak the recorder into his boot and got in through another gate. The rest is history! My dad kept the tapes along with other recordings he made. I came across the tapes, listened to them and sent them to JEMS. In my opinion, my uncle did a really good job of recording the show as far as getting all of the songs recorded and flipping the tapes over at the appropriate times. This is the first of my dad’s tapes to be transferred to digital form. He may have dubbed a copy for my uncle, but other than that, none of my dad’s tapes have ever been shared or traded.”

Uncle Mackeck did do a really solid job. There’s a remarkable lack of audience chatter or noise on the tape, and though the gear wasn’t state of the art, the recording is clear, relatively close and the best of the now three known Buffalo recordings. Uncle Mackeck only cut one song, on his first flip during “Prove It All Night,” which has been patched with Recorder 2 (Kshavo source).

The only material flaw in the new Buffalo recording was micro gaps. In 20-25 random spots across the three hours, the recorder cuts out momentarily leaving an audible gap. Having cut my teeth on a “basic handheld recorder” myself, I learned the hard way that they can be unreliable and if jostled or perhaps held in the wrong position, drop outs can occur.

On the Buffalo recording, the micro gaps were all well under a second in length, though absolutely noticeable. But happily for us, it isn’t 1980 but 2013 and audio technology has come a long way. Using iZotope RX and its magical “Spectral Repair” plug in, JEMS was able to repair the gaps in a manner that should make them audibly invisible to all but the most committed and headphone-wearing trainspotter. The software uses an extrapolation algorithm to pull information from both sides of the gap and fill in like spackle. It worked like a charm.

To take this one the last mile and provide the patching is our comrade and the unchallenged king of multiple source recordings, MJK5510. Thanks to him for final finishing and prepping.

And a big thanks to d.j. mackeck and his dad for loaning JEMS their masters, and to Uncle for recording the show so well in the first place.

There are more mackeck masters to come.

BK for JEMS

Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Bob Dylan – Seattle, WA (11/30/80)

bob dylan - seattle - 1980_1129

Bob Dylan
Paramount Northwest Theatre
Seattle, Washington
30 November 1980
Plus Interview with Paul Vincent

Download: FLAC/MP3

CD1
1. Let It Ride
2. It’s Gonna Rain
3. Come on In This House
4. Saved by the Grace of Your Love

5. Gotta Serve Somebody
6. I Believe In You
7. Like A Rolling Stone
8. Regina McCreary Havis Till I Get It Right (Red Lane/Larry Henley)
9. Man Gave Names To All The Animals
10. Just Like Tom Thumb’s Blues
11. Fever (Johnny Davenport/Eddie Cooley)
12. All Along The Watchtower
13. Ain’t Gonna Go To Hell For Anybody
14. Girl From The North Country
15. Slow Train
16. Carolyn Dennis: Walk Around Heaven All Day (Rev. James Cleveland/Cassietta George)

CD2
1. Abraham, Martin And John (Dick Holler)
2. Rise Again (Dallas Holm)
3. Let’s Keep It Between Us
4. Mary From The Wild Moor (trad.)
5. Solid Rock
6. Just Like A Woman
7. SeÒor (Tales Of Yankee Power)
8. What Can I Do For You?
9. When You Gonna Wake Up
10. In The Garden
ó
11. Blowin’ In The Wind
12. City Of Gold
13. It’s All Over Now, Baby Blue
14. A Hard Rain’s A-Gonna Fall

LB-3450, (68min+63min), NOTES : very good sound, no recording info available, LINEAGE : flacs > me > you; bittorrent download 01/06; very good to excellent sound [B+]

analog drop d2t8 3:25

Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Bob Dylan – San Francisco, CA (11/22/80)

bob dylan warfield - 1980 P1980_1116 san francisco

Bob Dylan
11/22/80
San Francisco, California

Download: FLAC/MP3

LB-7451, (73min+55min)
from lk fall 80 set; bittorrent download 04/09
this is a close eac match on d1t1 to LB-530; (did not listen to all of this)

CD1
1. Come On In This House
2. Saved By The Grace Of Your Love
3. Gotta Serve Somebody
4. I Believe In You
5. Like A Rolling Stone
6. You Are So Beautiful
7. Man Gave Names To All Animals
8. Simple Twist Of Fate
9. Fever
10. Girl From The North Country
11. We Just Disagree
12. Ain’t Gonna Go To Hell For Anybody
13. Slow Train
14. Walk Around Heaven All Day
15. Abraham, Martin & John
16. Rise Again
17. Let’s Keep It Between Us

CD2
1. Mary From The Wild Moor
2. Solid Rock, 3. Just Like A Woman
4. Senor (Tales Of Yankee Power)
5. Mr Tambourine Man (a)
6. Knockin’ On Heaven’s Door (a)
7. In The Garden
8. Blowin’ In The Wind
9. City Of Gold
10. It Ain’t Me, Babe
11. A Hard Rain’s A-Gonna Fall

(a) Roger McGuinn on guitar and shared vocals., Complete concert. JF Master.

Please retain this info file and its LB number as a marker for this lossless set
and if you spread it please list it in the description to avoid others getting duplicates

Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Bob Dylan – San Francisco, CA (11/18/80)

bob dylan warfield - 1980 P1980_1116 san francisco

Bob Dylan
11/18/80,
San Francisco, California
Plus Interview

Download: FLAC/MP3

LB-7438, (74min+51min)
from lk fall 80 set;; this is a sort of close eac match on d1t2 to LB-527 with mostly same flaws exept this has more discontinuities between tracks; (did not listen to all of this)

1. Let It Ride (McCoy/Dennis)
2. It’s Gonna Rain (C Johnson)
3. Come On In This House (?)
4. Saved By The Grace Of Your Love (Willie Smith/David Palmer)
5. Gotta Serve Somebody
6. I Believe In You
7. Like A Rolling Stone
8. Regina McCreary: Till I Get I Right
9. Man Gave Names To All The Animals
10. All Along The Watchtower
11. To Ramona
12. Ain’t Gonna Go To Hell For Anybody
13. Girl From The North Country
14. Slow Train
15. Carolyn Dennis: Walk Around Heaven All Day
16. Rise Again (Dallas Holm)
17. Let’s Keep It Between Us

CD2
18. Do Right To Me Baby (Do Unto Others)
19. Mary From The Wild Moor (trad.)
20. Solid Rock, 21. Just Like A Woman
22. Senor (Tales Of Yankee Power)
23. What Can I Do For You?
24. When You Gonna Wake Up
25. In The Garden
26. Blowin’ In The Wind
27 City Of Gold
28. It’s All Over Now, Baby Blue
29. A Hard Rain’s A-Gonna Fall

Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Bob Dylan – Portland, OR (12/03/80) – LB3670

bob dylan 1981-keith-baugh-redferns-getty-images

Bob Dylan
12/3/80
Portland, Oregon

Download: FLAC/MP3

LB-3670, (68min+66min)
from lk fall 80 set; in comparison to LB-483 this one has less hiss, is less muffled and has a fuller better sound; however this has an occasional shakiness to its sound on some vocals such as d1t4 0:25 and other places ; very good to excellent sound [B+]

I previously posted this show, LB9015 “A Musical Retrospective” here.

CD1
1 Its Gonna Rain
2 Come On In this House
3 Saved By the Grace of Your Love
4 Serve Somebody
5 I Believe In You
6 A Hard Rain’s A-Gonna Fall
7 Till I Get it Right
8 Man Gave Names To All The Animals
9 Simple Twist Of Fate
10 We Just Disagree 11 AllAlong The Watchtower 12 Ain’t Gonna Go To Hell 13 Girl From The North Country
14 To Ramona
15 Slow Train
16 Walk Around Heaven All Day

CD2
1 Abraham, Martin And John
2 Rise Again
3 Let’s Keep It Between Us
4 Mary From The Wild Moor
5 Solid Rock
6 Just Like A Woman
7 Senor(Tales Of Yankee Power)
8 A Couple More Years
9 What Can I Do For You?
10 WhenYou Gonna Wake Up
11 In The Garden
12 Blowin’ In The Wind
13 City Of Gold
14 It’s All Over Now, Baby Blue (acoustic)
15 It’s Alright, Ma (I’m Only Bleeding)(acoustic)

 

Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Bob Dylan – San Francisco, CA (11/16/80)

P1980_1116

Bob Dylan
11/16/80
Warfield
San Francisco, CA

Download: FLAC/MP3

I previously posted the Deadhead sources of this show (shinid 102492, shinid 20211).

Dennis-King-Havis:

Let It Ride (McCoy/Dennis)*
It’s Gonna Rain (C Johnson)*
Come On In This House (?)*
Saved By The Grace Of Your Love (Willie Smith/David Palmer)*

Gotta Serve Somebody
I Believe In You
Like A Rolling Stone

Regina McCreary Havis
Till I Get It Right (Red Lane/Larry Henley)

Man Gave Names To All The Animals**
To Ramona**(w/Jerry Garcia)
Ain’t Gonna Go To Hell For Anybody** (w/Jerry Garcia)
Girl From The North Country**(w/Jerry Garcia)
Slow Train**(w/Jerry Garcia)

Carolyn Dennis:
Walk Around Heaven All Day (Rev. James Cleveland/Cassietta George)

Abraham, Martin And John (Dick Holler)
Let’s Keep It Between Us
Mary From The Wild Moor (trad.)
Covenant Woman
Solid Rock

CD2
Just Like A Woman
Senor (Tales Of Yankee Power)
Simple Twist Of Fate
The Groom’s Still Waiting At The Altar
When You Gonna Wake Up
In The Garden
Blowin’ In The Wind
City Of Gold
It’s All Over Now, Baby Blue

*Missing from source 1
** Missing from source 2

Source 1:
LB-7435
(70min+34min), from lk fall 80 set; SOUNDBOARD RECORDING; bittorrent download 04/09; this is a close eac match to LB-1239 on d1t1 with same flaws; (did not listen to all of this)

Source 2:
LB-3664
(47min+71min), from lk fall 80 set; not a lot above 18k but some;same recording as LB-176 but better as has less hiss but still has some; different recording than LB-437 which has less hiss and is not as tinny and is better; very good sound [B]; (did not listen to all of this)